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Kinky Economy Likes to Be Choked By Invisible Hand

The US economy is roaring with output rising to levels never seen in history even with Covid 19 wreaking havoc and setting things back. And while the economy is reserved and even considered button downed by some, it also sometimes like to let loose and get freaky.

And what better way to do that than by letting market forces take hold and choke it a little. Not so hard that it loses consciousness but just enough to make 3% GDP growth and low inflation feel like pure ecstasy.

Senior Economist at Tufts University Darrell Lamonte explains further, “The father of economics Adam Smith was the first person to come up with the theory of the invisible hand. And while he never considered that an economy could potentially be sexually perverse due to the puritan nature of his time, he would certainly believe today that such a thing was at least possible.”

While there’s no consensus definition of a kinky economy at the moment, Lamonte says that certain hallmarks like fucking over the lower class and getting choked by Chinese oligarchs makes the list.